Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.
Inn at St. John: Built in 1897, the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn.

Inn at St. John

Built in 1897 The Inn at St. John is the city’s oldest continuously operating historic Victorian Inn. We offer an array of room styles, all of which are individually appointed and competitively priced. Whether you are searching for a pet friendly hotel room, an economically priced room for an extended visit, or a romantic luxury accommodation for a weekend getaway, The Inn at St. John is exactly what you have been looking for.

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Contact

939 Congress St
Portland, ME 04102

P. (207) 773-6481

T. (800) 636-9127

About Us

A continental breakfast is served each morning in our cozy breakfast alcove. Offerings include a variety of pastries, english muffins and bagels, fresh fruit, cereals, yogurt, juice and fresh hot coffee.

Conveniently situated in the west end of downtown Portland, the Inn is easily accessible to everything Portland has to offer. Don’t forget the numerous restaurants, shops, independent art galleries and night clubs, all within a 25 minute walk from the Inn’s front door.

Vacation in Maine during any season and enjoy a wide variety of activities and events that are sure to make memories. Summering in Maine is an age old tradition for many families and it’s not hard to understand why. Activities include fishing, golfing, touring historical landmarks, taking day trips up coastal Rte. 1 and even just lazing on one of Maine’s picturesque beaches. Last, but certainly not least, Maine’s lobster can be had 101 different ways and is sure to be fresh, succulent and reasonably inexpensive.

Winter is equally as busy, whether you are shopping for that one of a kind gift in the Old Port, taking in a show at Merrill Auditorium, or enjoying the snow of the great outdoors. Take advantage of the low off season rates and see the beauty Maine has to offer throughout the winter months.

Accommodations:
  • Number of Sleeping Rooms: 39
  • Open Year-Round
Amenities:
  • Breakfast: Continental
  • Budget-friendly
  • Located Downtown
  • Near Airport
  • Pets Welcome
  • Smoke Free Property